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RedHat: fileutils race condition vulnerability  13 February 2003 
A race condition in the recursive use of 'rm' and 'mv' in fileutils <=4.1 could allow local users to delete files and directories (as the user running fileutils).
RedHat: pam_xauth information leak vulnerability  13 February 2003 
Andreas Beck discovered that versions of pam_xauth supplied with Red Hat Linux since version 7.1 would forward authorization information from the root account to unprivileged users.
RedHat: python Predictable temp file vulnerability  12 February 2003 
An insecure use of a temporary file has been found in Python. This erratumprovides updated Python packages.
RedHat: lynx CRLF injection vulnerability  12 February 2003 
Updated lynx packages are available that fix an error in the way lynxparses its command line arguments, which can lead to faked headers beingsent to a web server.
RedHat: uml-net suid bit vulnerability  07 February 2003 
An updated kernel-utils package is available that removes the setuid bits incorrectly assigned to the uml_net binary.
RedHat: w3m XSS vulnerability  07 February 2003 
Two cross-site scripting (XSS) issues have been found in w3m.
RedHat: xpdf arbitrary code execution vulnerability  06 February 2003 
Updated Xpdf packages are now available that fix a vulnerability in which a maliciously-crafted pdf document could run arbitrary code.
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